What's in a name? Robert Burns Blended Scotch Whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Robert Burns Blended Scotch Whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Fresh, apple peels, some blossom and spice, vanilla cream and juicy pear.
Palate: Fruity, notes of custard and warm pastry, more orchard fruit, some tart citrus.
Finish: Apple peels and vanilla spice.
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7th May 2014
I was very happy to find a bottle of this good whiskey in the Icelandic stores. Good whiskey in its category (blended).
23rd March 2014
just started drinking scotch in 2013 and was introduce to it at the local NBL store, i realy enjoy it. for the price who could realy complain?
2nd March 2014
Available at Patricia Wine Shop , Plouguerneau main street .
A superb blend : smoothy , floral , a taste of Scotland .
9th July 2013
got a bottle with a friend when visiting newcastle
this is one of the worst whiskys we both have tasted
14th February 2013
Fairly dry and briny, definitely not a sweeter blended scotch. Not too bad for the price.
29th July 2012
I found it I Depoe Bay, Oregon. can not find it in WA.
Great scotch at a reasonabl price.
17th January 2012
It's all I buy. Best scotch for your buck.
Some guy in Indiana
I have been drinking this blend for over five years. It is expellant for sipping without adding anything. As I'm now retired, this year, I gave it as a Christmas Gift to a few of my friends who I usually give a malt to. The response, after a nip was, "Where do I get another bottle of Robert Burns". A great after dinner tipple.
16th January 2012
I got in on sale, very cheap. Damn surprised! This is a really good blended scotch.
8th November 2011
THIS IS A GREAT SCOTCH. THE LOCAL STORE IN GRAND JUNCTION DOES NOT HAVE IT IN STOC. I OBTAINED IT IN TEXAS
30th January 2011